Schloss Lieser ranks among Germany’s truly elite, both historically and in the modern hierarchies. However, there was a long stretch of serious underperformance. Then Thomas Haag took up the reins in 1992 and spent the better part of a decade reforming old vineyards and restoring the dilapidated castle. Today, the wines rank among Germany’s best every vintage.
There’s a reason - terroir. Sure, he’s got choice parcels of Graacher Himmelreich and Wehlener Sonnenuhr, but the Domaine also has a serious swathe of Brauneberger Juffer. But beyond vineyards, Haag is recognized as one of the leading lights of Germany’s modern wine scene. Crafting utterly brilliant and classical wines of poise, intensity and balance, these are among the finest in all of Germany.
This wine. "Harvested at approx. 90° Oechsle, this offers juicy scents of pear, grapefruit, fresh pineapple and fine spices on the nose. The wine proves intense and delicately playful on the palate and leaves a smooth yet subtly racy feel in the long finish. This is still very primary and will need a little bit of time to develop its full potential. It could then exceed our high expectations, especially if it gains in aromatic precision. 2026-2036" 91+ Points, Rated: Outstanding, Mosel Fine Wines
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